The three-day show is expected to add value to the entire value-chain of denim industry encompassing the accessories like zipper and buttons, besides highlighting latest on finishing and washing technologies. It will be a great opportunity to denim fabricators, garment manufacturers, apparel brands, buying houses, merchandisers and other industry players to interact with India’s leading denim mills to witness the latest range and innovations in the denim sector.
The organisers have created an applications zone within the periphery of the denim zone to highlight rapidly increasing applications of denim fabric. As known, the applications of denim as fabric is not limited only to the clothing especially jeans and jacket, but has gone far beyond to include ladies apparel, wedding dresses, bags, rugs, bikers’ helmets, decorative items, home furnishings, shoes, toys, car seat covers, face-masks, phone covers, upholstery, insulations, etc. to bring forth a wholesome idea that where denim can be used, MEX Exhibitions Pvt. Ltd, organiser, said in a press release.
Further, there would be a trends zone to display the latest technologies and advancements taking place in the industry and the moves that denim industry must make to achieve a sustainable growth. Top Brands like Arvind Mills and Raymond will present the future forecast on the trends of denim industry under this specific zone.
A knowledge forum will be staged on denim sector to exchange ideas on the development front. The forum will focus on sustainability, design inspiration, trends emerging in denim industry, improvement in washing & finishing techniques, apart from other relevant industry topics.
Broad exhibit categories at Gartex 2018 include embroidery machines, cutting and sewing machines, fabrics & accessories, needles & threads, laundry & washing equipment, finishing equipment, laser cutting machines, digital textile printing machines, automation and software.
Companies like Arvind Ltd., Raymond Uco Denim, Ginni International Ltd., Aarvee Denims & Export Ltd., Anubha Industries Private Limited, Bhaskar Industries Pvt. Ltd., Mahak Creations Pvt. Ltd., Jindal Worldwide Ltd., LNJ Denim (Unit RSWM Ltd.), Ultra Denim Pvt. Ltd., Modern Denim Ltd., Partap Spintex Pvt. Ltd., Vinod Denim Ltd., Mafatlal Industries Ltd., Oswal Denims (Prop. Oswal Woolen Mills Ltd.), Nandan Denim Ltd., Suryalakshmi Cotton Mills Ltd. and many more are showcasing their product range in the denim zone. (RR)
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